Letter from John Adams to John Quincy Adams, 10 November 1818
24.8 cm x 20 cm
Adams Family Papers
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Quincy November 10th. 1818.
My ever dear, ever affectionate, ever dutiful and deserving Son,
The bitterness of Death is past. The grim Specter
My consolations are more than I can number.
The sympathy and Benevolence of all the World, has been
Louisa Harriet and Mrs John
Greanleaf have been
Your letter of the Second is all and no more than all
So prays your Aged and Afflicted[Subscription (recipient's name or initials at foot of page)]
Father John Adams
J. Q. A.
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